Welcome to the Florida Keys Scenic Highway...
Florida's Only All-American Road.
The Florida Keys Scenic Highway (FKSH) corridor runs from Mile Marker 110, north of the spectacular Jewfish Creek Bridge, to Mile Marker 0 in Old Town Key West. The scenic highway corridor also extends five miles on each side of the highway. So, the FKSH truly encompasses all of the Florida Keys, its natural wonders, and its communities.
Through efforts beginning in 1996 with numerous public meetings and workshops to create the Corridor Management Plan, the FDOT designated the FKSH a Florida Scenic Highway in 2001. In 2007, the Florida Keys Scenic Corridor Alliance (FKSCA) was established as the corridor management entity responsible for implementing the goals and objectives concerning the FKSH. The FKSCA completed its Corridor Management Plan Five-Year Update in fall of 2008 and applied for designation in the National Scenic Byways Program. The FKSCA proved our highway corridor meets the designation criteria of being considered a “destination unto itself” and “providing an exceptional travel experience.” Our scenic and recreational intrinsic qualities “are those which best represent the nation, are nationally recognized, and contain one-of-a-kind features that do not exist elsewhere.” The Florida Keys Scenic Highway is a natural fit. In October 2009, the Federal Highway Administration designated the Florida Keys Scenic Highway as an All-American Road – the highest status in the National Scenic Byways System and one of only 31 in the whole country.